As Sunny gets a bit stunned here and there with 21st Century technology ... plus her computer is older and slower than mine (I didn't think that was technologically possible) I agreed to post the review for her.
The products were from Aveeno by Johnson and JohnsonAveeno Cream
The cream was a strange one, as there were occasional grains in the product, which was disconcerting. This was its main fault, as it wasn't labelled as having exfoliating qualities so made me feel they were grains who had sneaked in there.
The cream was effective on the drier parts of my legs and shins and seemed to be heavy enough to stay put and carry on moisturising. I did like the non perfume aspect and weight of the cream though.
Aveeno 24hour Moisturising Lotion
The lotion sank into my skin and was absorbed quickly which was good and importantly is wasn't sticky or claggy in any way. I liked the fact it was unperformed and seemed to be fine on my skin which is sensitive so I was happy with that. It didn't offer any particular attributes that would sway me away from the current products I use however.
Aveeno Bath Powder
It was daunting to sprinkle the product into the bath, I was dubious when the package recommended to sprinkle under fast running water - as my tap water is a slow running supply. The powder thankfully seemed to become absorbed into the water, but looked very unappealing.
I was worried that the powder would clog up the dra ins. The bath looked liked a Victorian water tub, dank and murky but I did tentatively step in.
All that aside, it was a nice relaxing bath, the water was softened, and I happily splashed around. I made sure my hair was cleaned with fresh tap water though, as I did wonder how much of the product would stick to my hair.
I didn't notice a huge difference in my skin when I dried myself after my bath though.
I was relieved that the bath wasn't coated in a muddy mess after the water drained away, it just simply needed to be rinsed.
I didn't find the design on the packaging nor the product name Aveeno appealing.
There wasn't enough product information on the label and I didn't like the list of foreign writing on the front or reverse as it took up much of the packaging space so added nothing to the overall design.
I did, however, like the oatmeal colour background colour and botanical illustration, but not the chosen type face or the green heavy block of colour.
review by Sunny